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Rocky Bights
Turkey

When going along the coast, you find plenty of empty little coves, some realy hard to go to. But very clear and clean water that invites you to swim and snorkel.

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Uploaded: 16/09/2008
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Tags: ocean; kusadasi; turkey; mediterranian; agean sea
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